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Golf Channel senior writer Ryan Lavner joins Andy for some professional-golf chat. They check in on the status of the framework agreement between the PGA Tour and the Saudi Arabian PIF, and they discuss how the Tour might need to change going forward. Then they offer some thoughts on Tiger Woods's presser at the Hero World Challenge and the state of his game. After going through some of their favorite memories from the 2023 season, Ryan and Andy finish up with some grill talk.
Hour 3 to wrap up the Wednesday edition with Bryan Hayes, Jeff O'Neill and Jamie McLennan. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger joins the show to discuss the Leafs' double-tap review and being in the mix for a defensemen, D.J. Smith's job security behind the bench in Ottawa and Jack Campbell's possible promotion in Edmonton. Then, Golf Channel and NBC Commentator Steve Sands stops by from The Bahamas to chat about Tiger Woods' return to the course, his physical shape and the latest in the PGA Tour-PIF merger and Best Bets powered by FanDuel SportsBook.
Golf Channel and NBC Commentator Steve Sands joined OverDrive to discuss Tiger Woods' return to the PGA Tour at the Hero World Challenge, his physical shape on the course, Woods' track record over previous years, his backing of the PGA Tour-PIF merger and the absence of stars in The Bahamas
It's an exciting day in the golf world: the big cat is back! In Wednesday's episode of Golf Today, Damon and George discuss the return of Tiger Woods, who teed it up in a 9-hole pro-am at the Hero World Challenge in The Bahamas. Todd Lewis joins in on the action to provide his insight from The Albany Club. Woods will make his first start since the Masters tomorrow in a pairing with Justin Thomas. Later in the show, Luke Donald joins the guys to talk about his return to the captaincy for the 2025 Ryder Cup at Bethpage Black. Later on, Notah Begay III joins Damon and George to give his thoughts on Woods' return to professional golf. Finally, Rich Lerner joins Golf Today to provide his insights on the Tiger Woods return. Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas tee off tomorrow at 11:52am.
Tiger Woods' return to competitive golf is only two days away! Listen to what the 82-time PGA TOUR winner had to say at his first media opportunity since the Masters this past spring. Damon Hack & George Savaricas also share their thoughts on what Tiger had to say about the TOUR negotiations with the Saudi PIF, his personal health, and the state of the PGA TOUR Policy Board.
Golf Today is back with the words we all wanted to hear: Tiger Woods is back! Damon Hack & George Savaricas invite in Paige Mackenzie and Golf Digest writer Shane Ryan to discuss what a successful week would look like for Tiger at the Hero World Challenge. Later on, the guys talk to Golfweek Columnist Beth Ann Nichols as well to get her take on the newest batch of Tiger-Mania and a recap of the 2023 LPGA season. Shane Ryan (14:36)
Emily Austen is currently the host for Liberty University's weekly show "Flames Central" and serves as a sideline reporter for Liberty football and Liberty men's basketball on ESPN+. Prior to arriving at Liberty, Austen worked with The Golf Channel, Boston Celtics and Fox Sports Florida. Today on the podcast, we welcome back Emily Austen to the podcast after first appearing in 2017. She talks about surrendering her life to Jesus in 2019, the importance of owning our scars and how shame has become a great teacher for her. Sign up for our Sports Spectrum Magazine and receive 15% off a 1-year subscription by using the code PODCAST15 http://SportsSpectrum.com/magazine Listen HERE to our first conversation with Emily Austen from 2017.
Dottie Pepper is an accomplished champion as a junior, collegiate, & professional golf player. Dottie earned a full-ride to Furman University, where she won individually 5x, was a 3x All-American, and twice recognized as Furman Female Athlete of the Year. Dottie led the Furman Paladins to four NCAA National Championship appearances, and Dottie individually finished inside the Top-5 three of her four years, including a 2nd place finish in 1985. Following her amateur career, Dottie, had an amazing professional career with 17 wins and 2 majors, and six Solheim Cup appearances. Dottie, sometimes referred to as "Hot Pepper" was a dominant force for the US Solheim Cup team with a career 5-1 Singles record. Upon an early retirement due to injury, Dottie transitioned into the broadcasting world working as a a broadcaster for networks such as ESPN, The Golf Channel, and now CBS. Dottie is now also an author, releasing her book, "Letters to a Future Champion," a unique and personal compilation of letters to and from Dottie and her late coach, Mr. Pulver. Episode Content: Dottie and Mo discuss Dottie's memories and stories for her experiences in her professional career as a player and becoming the first walking commentator at the Masters in 2020. Dottie and Mo also talk through topics relevant for younger generations including personal accountability, work ethic, and if you reach #1, what do you do once you reach that pinnacle?@dottie_pepperwww.dottiepepper.netContact Coach Mo@firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Golf Academy at St. Johns Located at St. Johns Golf & CC in St. Augustine/St. Johns, FL@thegolfacademy_st.johnswww.stjohnsgolf.com
Brendan begins this Victory Monday with a declaration that the Browns are going to the playoffs while Andy considers a potential visit to the midwest for the Browns-Bears game in December. Then they get to the news from Sunday morning that Paul Azinger is not coming back to NBC and Golf Channel next year. They ponder some replacements, especially if the “has to have won a major” unwritten rule is still in effect. Then they get to the win of Ludvig Aberg and the continued youth movement, aided by PGA Tour U. A disconcerting article on the PGA Tour asking tournaments themselves to kick in more money, likely taking it out of charitable contributions, is also covered with a raised eybrow. Tiger's return is noted, too, before a rambling finish on Brooksy, the TGL dome, and some other news items.
In this final episode of College Golf Talk for 2023, Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine recap the fall season and signing day before offering their reactions to the first NCAA golf rankings created by Mark Broadie.
Holly G's guest this week is Damon Hack, Co-Host of Golf Today on Golf Channel Damon reports on the final weeks of the PGA, Champions, and LPGA Tours to close out the 2023 season. Find out why he thinks Tiger Woods might play in the Hero World Challenge at the end of November.
Juli Inkster is one of the greatest golfers of all time, a World Golf Hall of Famer, and will be awarded the 2024 Francis Ouimet Award for Lifelong Contributions to Golf at the Ouimet Fund's Annual Banquet on March 21, 2024. With a professional career spanning three decades, Inkster's career is highlighted by an incredible seven major championship wins, and she is ranked sixth all-time in career LPGA Tour wins. She has more wins in Solheim Cup matches than any other American, and is the only female golfer in history to win two majors in a decade for three consecutive decades by winning three in the 1980s, two in the 1990s, and two in the 2000s.Inkster grew up in Santa Cruz, CA, the youngest of three children and extremely competitive with her older brothers. While she played nearly every other sport growing up, Inkster picked up golf in her late teens, after having taken a job at Pasatiempo Golf Club. After choosing to attend San Jose State University on a golf scholarship, she launched into a prolific stretch of amateur golf, including being named a three time All-American, winning three straight U.S. Women's Amateur titles, and becoming the #1 ranked women's amateur golfer in the world.In recent years, Inkster has taken on a new chapter as a golf commentator, serving in both the booth analyst and interviewer roles for Golf Channel, Fox Sports, and NBC. She and her husband, Brian, have two daughters, Cori and Hayley.Thank you for listening, and we hope you enjoy our conversation with the legendary Juli Inkster!
On this episode of College Golf Talk, Brentley Romine subs in USC women's coach Justin Silverstein for Steve Burkowski as co-host, and they recap the Stanford Intercollegiate, East Lake Cup and more while also diving into the USGA's hire of Chris Zambri and the Spikemark disaster. Before all that, one of Silverstein's top players, Catherine Park, joins, and they discuss her ball-striking prowess, her unique family athletic background, her relationship with best friend Rose Zhang and why her team calls her Miss Six Dots.
It's been a banner year for Nordic countries in golf. Whether it was Ingrid Lindblad's stellar college play or Ludvig Åberg's rapid ascent to the European Ryder Cup team, the cold hasn't stopped them from heating up the golf links! Sweden's Lindblad and Åberg join the show today, as well as Norway's Mats Ege, who hopes to follow in Åberg's footsteps and secure PGA TOUR status through PGA TOUR University as he tees it up for Eastern Tennessee State this season. Sahith Theegala fully established himself amongst the TOUR's best this season with his first win at the Fortinet Championship! He stops by the program to discuss the rest of his fall plans and give Damon & Eamon insight into his competitive mentality. Beau Hossler is also trying to solidify his status, he shares his strategy for the remainder of the FedExCup fall. Not to mention, World Wide Technologies Championship Tournament Director Joe Mazzeo talks to the guys about how Tiger Wood's El Cardonal Course at Diamante is shaping up ahead of the 15-time major champion's course design debut on the PGA TOUR. Joe Mazzeo (11:58) Beau Hossler (17:55) Ludvig Åberg (26:16) Mats Ege (35:31) Ingrid Lindblad (41:28) Sahith Theegala (47:17)
The World Wide Technology Championship is only 48 hours away! So Damon and Eamon catch up with Keith Mitchell as he gets ready to test out the Tiger Woods designed Diamante Course at El Cardonal. Agatha Laisne is one of 10 EPSON Tour graduates who is gearing up for another season of full status on the LPGA in 2024. She joins us to discuss what she's hoping to achieve in what will be her second season of full tour status. Back on the PGA TOUR, former member Joe Ogilvie comes to discuss the open letter he wrote to the current tour membership about the Keith Mitchell (12:37) Agathe Laisne (26:45) Joe Ogilvie (32:13)
Jaime Diaz has spent 40 years documenting happenings in the world of golf. The respect among his peers and a long list of career accolades are many. Diaz is a nine-time Golf Writers Association of America award-winner; earned the PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism in 2012; and was recognized by Jack Nicklaus as the recipient of the Memorial Golf Journalism Award. He spent time in his career as a golf writer or editor for the New York Times, Golf Illustrated, Golf World, and Golf Digest. Since 2018, Diaz has appeared regularly on Golf Channel as an in-studio analyst and on Golf Central's Live From broadcasts at major golf tournaments and events. Originally from San Francisco, Diaz has called Moore County home for 17 years, but this is his first appearance on the Paradise in the Pines podcast. Listen as Diaz talks about the state of the game, LIV Golf vs. the PGA TOUR, his love of Pinehurst and what he really thinks about Golf Channel's Brandel Chamblee…
The LIV Golf season might have ended but the tour still continues to make news. Damon Hack and Eamon Lynch invite in golf writers Ryan Lavner and Joel Beall for a roundtable discussion about LIV's new qualifying tournament and the potential exemptions their members could receive into major championships. Over on the LPGA Tour, Celine Boutier took the top spot in the Player of The Year race with her thrilling win in a 9-hole playoff in Malaysia! Beth Ann Nichols joins us to discuss her rapidly rising stock in the women's game, and just how far the Frenchwoman has come since swing yips nearly derailed her career in college. Minji Kang's LPGA career is just about to begin! The Epson Tour graduate stops by to discuss her pathway to golf's highest level and some of her hobbies outside of the game. Lastly, we bring in Rex Hoggard to discuss the PGA TOUR's decision to turn down a potential partnership offer from venture capital fund Endeavor. Minji Kang (32:26)
On today's show, Ryan gets into a Golf Channel report about LIV Golf's future and their players' skepticism that a deal will get done with the PGA Tour. Finally, the Presidents Cup is changing how the Internationals pick their team for 2024.
Riding Shotgun With Charlie #183 Jim Shepherd The Outdoor Wire, Publisher At SHOT SHow 2023, I was in the media room with my good friend, The Pen Patriot, John Petrolino. We decided to only have a half a cup of coffee before we hit the SHOT floor. We ran into Alan Gottlieb and he asked if we were going to be around, he wanted to talk with us. We told Alan we would be there. When Alan walked away, we looked at each other and said “Let's have a full cup”. While we were listening to Alan tell stories, Jim Shepherd came over. John & I didn't know him, but Alan introduced us and said he would be a great guest in the stagecoach. We swapped contact info and I said I would be in touch next time I'm heading to Nashville. When I reached out to Jim, he said he would like to be on the show. Jim and I were going to meet at a burger shop in Murfreesboro, TN, but they were closed for the week. He's got so many amazing stories. He has employee badge #7 from CNN so he had a professional relationship with Ted Turner.. He did radio talking about financial news. He was an on air anchor for a while. He's been involved with The Golf Wire and The Golf Channel. He used a term I never heard of before, a post gun. I had no idea what it was. He said his dad would buy some guns that may have been in rough shape. If he wasn't confident about their condition, his dad would tie the gun to a post, put a string on the trigger, then they would hide behind some trees or some cover and pull the string. If the gun fired, it was good. If it didn't, at least they had cover. He's always been a gun guy but like many, there are times in his life where he was less involved with them. He was filming a commercial with Tiger Woods in Florida and the weather was not cooperating. So they were just hanging out. Tiger asked him if he was going to the gun show in town. Jim made some calls and found out it was SHOT Show. Being in the media, he was able to finagle some passes and he recorded some interviews. At the time, he was publishing The Golf Wire. When he went into the media room at SHOT Show, he saw there were stacks of magazines and CDs with all the catalogs and information on them. He took The Golf Wire idea and tweaked it a bit for the shooting industry. He took his computer, added an image, added some ipsum lorem, and showed several gun industry businesses what they would be missing. He got them to sign up that day. And boom! The Outdoor Wire was created. That was 23 years ago. Now everyone who is in the know gets whichever Wire suits them. There's about 10 wires you can subscribe to and get in your mailbox. What I really enjoyed about my time with Jim is his stories. He's an amazing guy with incredible stories. He flew to Tulsa for a job interview. He saw the city and knew, coming from New York City, that he didn't want to work there. He called the person he was going to meet and canceled the interview while he was at the airport and took the next flight back to New York. The man he was going to meet was thankful because that was the only day he was able to golf and now he had what I call “the gift of time”. Jim has taken chances. He's been around the world. He's done some amazing things that he told me over lunch, which I can't repeat. I want to get the stories out about gun owners, which of course, Jim is. But I also want to hear about adventures and when people go out on a limb and try things that they don't know how they're going to end up. And they make them just fine. He's got a ton of these experiences in life. I'm glad I got some of them, on and off film. Favorite quotes: “My definition of an anchor is the thing that holds you in place and impedes any progress. But it also holds you on the bottom and keeps you from going.” “I've once again turned a hobby into work.” “Somebody figured out they needed it, and I haven't had to look for a job in years.” “I never set out to be anything other than a reporter.” “Everything happens for a reason, you may not know the reason, you may never know the reason.” “Sometimes the things you don't get are better than the things you get.” The Outdoor Wire https://www.theoutdoorwire.com/ Second Amendment Foundation https://secure.anedot.com/saf/donate?sc=RidingShotgun Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms https://www.ccrkba.org/ Please support the Riding Shotgun With Charlie sponsors and supporters. Buy RSWC & GunGram shirts & hoodies, stickers & patches, and mugs at the store! http://ridingshotgunwithcharlie.com/rswc-shop/ Dennis McCurdy Author, Speaker, Firewalker http://www.find-away.com/ Self Defense Radio Network http://sdrn.us/ Buy a Powertac Flashlight, use RSWC as the discount code and save 15% www.powertac.com/RSWC Or listen on: iTunes/Apple podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/riding-shotgun-with-charlie/id1275691565
On this episode of College Golf Talk, Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine welcome Virginia's Paul Chang, who started his college career as a club golfer before finally earning his way onto Virginia's team, starring at the U.S. Amateur and now rolling off four straight top-16s this fall. After this excellent story of perseverance, Burko and Brentley recap a couple big events, preview Golf Channel's St. Andrews tournament and then close with another (and final) update in the Spikemark saga.
We talk with Emilia Migliaccio who is currently a commentator for NBC Sports/Golf Channel. Emilia has had a stellar junior career (3-time Rolex Junior All-American), collegiate career at Wake Forest (4-time All-American, 2023 NCAA Team Champions) and amateur career generally (2022 Women's North & South Amateur champion, 2021 Augusta National Women's Amateur runner-up, gold medalist at 2019 Pan American Games, and winning USA Curtis Cup teams in 2021 and 2022, among other accomplishments). We discuss her success as a golfer, her decision in her senior year at Wake Forest to focus on becoming a golf commentator rather than pursue a pro career, and what it has been like to be on the other side of the microphone these past two plus years.
Phil Mickelson spoke to the media at the LIV Golf Miami and expressed confidence that the league would attract more top-level players in the season to come, despite the OWGR denying the 54-hole circuit any official ranking points. Damon and Eamon react to his comments. Over on the west coast, Manny Arceo from the First Tee of Central California stops by to discuss the the USGA Idea Grant his organization just received to improve diversity and inclusion in the game of golf. Back in the professional ranks, Stephen Ames is in the top 5 of the Schwab Cup standings on the PGA Tour Champions! Ames drops by the show from the Dominion Energy Charity Classic to talk about the herculean undertaking it will be to take the end of season trophy from the heavily-favored Steve Stricker. In the women's game, Roberta Liti is one of 30 Epson Tour graduates headed to the LPGA Tour next season! The Arizona State Women's Golf Alumna joins the guys to tell us about her journey through the pro ranks, and what it was like to watch a Ryder Cup be played in her home country of Italy! Staying in the women's ranks, Stanford Women's Golf Head Coach Anne Walker has been playing a leading role in fundraising for cancer research and monetary assistance for her friend Nancy McDaniel, the Head Coach of Cal Women's Golf. The 2021 national title winning coach discussed how much McDaniel has meant to her throughout the years, and what we all can do to contribute to her cause. Manny Acero (12:03) Stephen Ames (21:10) Roberta Liti (43:13) Anne Walker (52:03)
The FedExCup Fall continues in Japan at the ZOZO Championship! Xander Schauffele, Collin Morikawa, and Rickie Fowler spoke to the media and are teeing it up for the first time since they played for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, losing 16.5 to 11.5 to Team Europe. Kira K. Dixon and Eamon Lynch react to what the Ryder Cuppers had to say about the controversial weekend of golf in Italy, and what they need to do at the ZOZO to help put it behind them. Staying overseas, BBC Golf Correspondent Iain Carter joins the program to discuss uncertainty around how the 'framework agreement' that the PGA TOUR is working on with LIV Golf might impact which golfers can play in which tournaments. Later on, Johnnie Cole-Hamilton from the Royal & Ancient Golf Association stops by to help remember the life of Ivor Robson, the longtime starter of the Open Championship who passed away over the weekend. Back stateside, Kira and Eamon react to the field list released recently by Tiger Woods' and Rory McIlroy's joint venture "The Golf League." Amateur golfers Bo Jin from Oklahoma State and Cole Anderson of Florida State also stop by as Jin prepares to compete in the Asia-Pacific Amateur and Anderson continues fighting for a PGA TOUR Card via the PGA TOUR University pipeline. Jenny Coleman has already earned her LPGA Tour Card via the Epson Tour! The soon-to-be rookie joins the show to discuss what her goals are for the upcoming season, and how her time on the Epson Tour has prepared her to make the most of the opportunities that lie ahead. Lastly it's another installment of the Golf Today Roundtable! Ryan Lavner and Rex Hoggard chime in to discuss some of the game's hottest topics with Eamon and Kira. Hear what they had to say about LIV Golf, TGL, and more! Johnnie Cole-Hamilton (24:36) Bo Jin (38:31) Cole Anderson (45:03) Jenny Coleman (51:09) Golf Today Roundtable (55:05)
Actor-Writer-Director-Producer, Skip Lackey started his career as a Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus Clown after graduating from clown college. Skip's acting credits include: Big River on Broadway, National Tours of The Secret Garden, Barnum, Big River, lots of Regional Theater, and numerous Off and Off-Off Broadway developmental musicals. He also had the distinct honor of spending 2-years with Sanford Meisner in a professional hand-picked acting class. On camera, Skip co-starred in Jim Carrey's first film Once Bitten. TV credits include: The Guiding Light, the mini-series, The Blue and the Grey, and host for Nickelodeon's Ace-Award winning Think Fast. He's also been seen in over 100 national network commercials, and he's recorded over 1000 voice-overs. Skip even spent 3-seasons working as Santa Claus alongside the Rockettes in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in Chicago. A graduate of the Vancouver Film School, Skip co-wrote, directed and produced the low budget feature film, Love at Second Sight. He then became Executive Producer for Kewazinga, a vision technology company that developed an interactive 36+ camera system for network broadcast and early internet applications. He's worked with Sun Microsystems, NBC, ABC, ESPN, the X-Games, the NY Mets, the Golf Channel, the USGA, the NHL All-Star Game, Nike, the US Navy and more. He then shifted his focus to giving Personal Growth and Leadership Development seminars. Skip has worked directly with over 25,000 clients, taught over 1000 workshops, and made 1000 personal appearances. Clients include the IMDB, World Bank for Latin America, and a 2-Year Leadership Development immersion for the Canadian Department of Justice.
In this episode of College Golf Talk, Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine share in their anticipation for Spikemark's big Oct. 15 rankings reveal (fingers crossed!). They then break down a slew of tournaments, including the Stephens Cup, Williams Cup and Big 12 Match Play. Finally they preview the GC of Georgia Collegiate before getting off the rails a bit on the importance of playoffs.
Today, Damon and Eamon convene a panel of some of the biggest names in golf journalism to discuss the ramifications of the Official World Golf Ranking denying players ranking points for participating in LIV Golf events. Hear what Shane Ryan and Taylor Zarzour have to say. Newly-minted PGA TOUR member Wilson Furr stops by as well to discuss his solid rookie campaign on the Korn Ferry Tour, and how he plans to keep the momentum rolling to next season.
Lexi Thompson is a day away from her PGA TOUR debut! We hear how the former Chevron champion is feeling about her chances of making a splash at TPC Summerlin this week in the Shriners Children's Open. Smylie Kaufman won the event back in 2015, so he drops by to look back at his win and evaluate Thompson's chances of making the cut. Luke List is our most recent winner on the PGA TOUR, taking the Sanderson Farms Championship in a playoff after dropping an over 70-foot putt! The now two-time winner joins the show to discuss how the FedExCup Fall has revitalized the end of season schedule and provided more opportunities for the rank and file of the tour to solidify their status. 9-year pro and United States Air Force veteran Tom Whitney locked in PGA TOUR status last week after qualifying thru the Korn Ferry Tour Finals; he tells us how military experience and the memory of his late brother spurred him on towards achieving his dream. Lastly, Stuart Cink is no stranger to the highs and lows of professional golf! Damon and Eamon catch up with the 2009 Open Champion about his experiences as a Vice Captain at the Ryder Cup; and how a picture of him with the team went viral for an unexpected reason. Smylie Kaufman (17:53) Luke List (29:46) Tom Whitney (39:29)
The Official World Golf Ranking has ruled against LIV Golf's appeal for players to receive ranking points in their events. Ron Green Jr. broke the story for the Global Golf Post so he joins Damon and Eamon to discuss why the OWGR came to this decision and where it all goes from here. On the PGA TOUR, Lexi Thompson will be the the first woman to have a tour start since Brittany Lincicome in 2018 when she tees it up at the Shriners Children's Open. The guys discuss what this achievement could mean for the women's game and the 11-time LPGA TOUR winner's legacy. John Cook won the Shriners back in 1992, so he joins us for a past champs chat about his legendary PGA TOUR career and the special moments he had playing the Las Vegas-based event. Korn Ferry Tour graduate Joe Highsmith will start his PGA TOUR journey next season after securing TOUR membership this past weekend at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship! The former Pepperdine standout stops by to discuss his goals for his rookie season. Ron Green Jr (1:30) Joe Highsmith (26:30)
Luke List is a PGA TOUR winner again! A 70-foot birdie putt in a playoff sealed the deal for the now 2-time TOUR winner at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Damon and Eamon discuss the big win for List and another victory across the pond for Matthew Fitzpatrick in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Down on the Korn Ferry and Epson Tours, golfers punched their tickets to the highest level of professional golf as the races for TOUR cards wrapped up. Beth Ann Nichols joins to discuss our newest crop of LPGA talent, while the guys discuss which Korn Ferry Tour grads can make a splash next season. Not to mention, the Asia-Pacific Amateur championship only a few weeks away! Jimmy Zheng, a senior on the Duke Men's Golf Team, will be in the field at Royal Melbourne Golf Club, so we discuss what he's most looking forward to about his chance at the title and a spot in the Masters! Lastly, we catch up with a former PGA TOUR winner turned social media maven Greg Chalmers! Greg Chalmers (28:20) Jimmy Zheng (57:00)
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme recap the latest FedEx Cup Fall event at the Sanderson Farms Championship, which turned into a Sunday thriller with at least eight players in contention and five of them making it into a playoff. Smylie was walking with the final group of Ben Griffin and Carl Yuan for Golf Channel, and assesses the impact that this near miss will have on Griffin's game and mentality going forward. SK and CH also discuss Ludvig Aberg making it into a playoff in his first PGA TOUR start since winning the Ryder Cup with Europe.
Paul McGinley was the victorious European Ryder Cup captain in 2014 and he remains a vital cog in the European Ryder Cup apparatus including being part of the five-person committee that selected Luke Donald to captain the team in 2023. As a lead analyst for Sky Sports and on “Live From” on Golf Channel, Paul had a front row seat to the event on the broadcast side while maintaining a back bench position for Team Europe in Rome. Paul only did one interview in the immediate aftermath of this year's Ryder Cup and its with our Gary Williams. You will hear Paul's thoughts on why Europe succeeded, will Luke return as captain, will players get compensated going forward and will LIV players return to team Europe in 2025. Plus, the secret sauce that makes the culture of the European Team what is. Enjoy this hour conversation with one of the essential voices in the game.
In this episode of College Golf Talk, Steve Burkowski and Brentley Romine recap a busy week of elite tournaments, including the Blessings, Windy City and Ben Hogan Collegiate, where Vanderbilt senior Cole Sherwood won in a playoff to earn a PGA Tour exemption. Then Brentley caps the show by sitting down with Sherwood himself, discussing his golf, Vandys loaded team, his world travels and growing up as a self-described problem child.
Damon Hack and George Savaricas catch up with Jim and Tabitha Furyk on the impact of their foundation and the Constellation Furyk and Friends event staring on Friday. BMW PGA Champion Ryan Fox discusses his major win at the BMW and what he has done to prepare for this upcoming week to defend his title at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Nick Taylor, 2014 Sanderson Farms champion and Davis Riley, this year's Zurich Classic winner, join the show to discuss the Sanderson Farms Championship starting Thursday. Jake Knapp, PGA Tour Rookie, sat down with Damon and George to discuss all things golf and his time as a bouncer. Tracy Marple, Executive Director of First Tee – Greater Tallahassee discusses the impact golf has on the children in the community. Natasha Andrea Oon joins the show to celebrate her gaining her LPGA Tour Card for the 2024 Season! We wrap up the show with Ryan McCormick and the impact video games has had on his golf game. Jim and Tabitha Furyk (16:13) Ryan Fox (23:48) Davis Riley (32:03) Jake Knapp (38:18) Tracy Marple (52:59) Nick Taylor (57:14) Natasha Andrea Oon (1:01:43) Ryan McCormick (1:11:19)
Welcome to Season 10 of the Women of Golf Show! Tune in Tuesday 9:00 AM Eastern This week Cindy & Ted are joined by special guest:Lisa O'Hurley, Founder & CEO of LOHLA SPORTS LLC. Then later they discuss "Short Game Tips" in the No B.S. Zone. More on Lisa: Lisa is a former Golf Channel and GOLFINO executive, Lifelong love for golf clothes and impeccable sense of style. Starred for four years on Baylor University's golf team. Four handicap who plays out of Sherwood C.C. in Thousand Oaks, CA and Mayacama Golf Club in Sonoma, CA. Married to actor, John O'Hurley (J. Peterman on “Seinfeld,” host of Family Feud and lead in “Chicago” on Broadway). Join LIVE Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00AM Eastern http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf Or listen on these platforms: iTunes , Stitcher, Tunein, Castbox, TalkStreamLive & Spotify.
In this Golf Channel Podcast with Rex & Lav, the guys unpack the drama surrounding Rory McIlroy, Patrick Cantlay and their caddies, and then debate whether the Americans can stage a historic comeback at the Ryder Cup.
Eamon Lynch joins Eamon as Europe meets the USA in Rome for the 2023 Ryder Cup. Eamon Lynch is co-host of Golf Today on the Golf Channel and a columnist with Golfweek, USA Today.Recorded on Wednesday 27th September 2023. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Stewart Hagestad, 9th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, joined Will Lowery and Doug Smith to discusses balancing being an amateur with other life goals, what it was like playing at the 2017 Masters, meeting President Obama with Doug, and much more!
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network/Michigan Golf Live Podcast Ep 401 - Officially Unofficial Ryder Cup Preview w/ Arron Oberholser We're joined by Golf Channel Analyst Arron Oberhosler for a full download on the Ryder Cup matches, the trends and history of "away games" for the US team, and a rock solid lock prediction on how it all turns out in the end. ---------------- Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Watch FGN videos on YouTube Check out our other sports pod: Church Pew Sports TEXT or CALL (989) 272-2383 to share your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions
9.27.23 Steve Sands, The Golf Channel, on the 2023 Ryder Cup and why he thinks Team Europe will get another victory. Kevin and Denton give their NFL Power Rankings post Week 3. Denton's Day-ly News.
Former Ryder Cupper Jim Gallagher Jr., now a Golf Channel analyst, joins the podcast to break down this year's event in Rome, where he'll be on the Live From set all week. He talks about taking down Seve, why he wants the U.S. to end the drought and what it takes to win a Ryder Cup on the road. Plus, the boys make their best bets for Marco Simone, and recap a thrilling Solheim Cup that ended in a tie.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down Sahith Theegala's first win on Tour at the Fortinet Championship - from the shot-shaping artistry Smylie witnessed all week while in the booth for Golf Channel, to the incredible family and friend support Sahith had in Napa. SK and CH also discuss the dominant week that Team Europe had at the BMW PGA Championship, with all twelve Ryder Cuppers making the cut, and seven of them finishing in the top ten. Things spiral into a random grab bag at the end of the episode, discussing college football, Charlie changing the pronunciation of his last name, and Smylie's obsession with polar bear videos on TikTok.
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Dr. Elana interviews Coach Milo who is the founder of the Coalition for Launching Active Youth (C.L.A.Y.), an organization established to help the fight against sugar, boredom, video games, televisions, and adults who have lost their inner child. Coach Milo gets children, and those of us not so childlike, moving nationally and internationally. He has lectured and been a part of seminars, presenting to Olympic committees and National Sports organizations, in more than two dozen countries, educating coaches and administrators about the development of long-term youth health and fitness. In this episode, we talk about the benefits of kids in sports with a focus on helping them develop and less on the goal of winning, tips to encourage more movement in our kids, and if your child is interested in a sport, how to navigate choosing a good coach or organization and ensure they are getting their needs met to excel! Topics Discussed: The best ages to focus on kid's developing athletic skills The best ages to focus on kid's developing strength Top 3 sports every child should be involved in and why Team versus individual sports and what is best for kids Tips to encourage kids to move more How to choose the right coaches and organizations for your particular child What makes a great coach and what questions to ask a coach to know if they are the best fit for your child Show Notes: Visit Coach Milo's Website Check out the CLAY Website Follow Coach Milo's @nobullfit on Instagram Click here to learn more about Dr. Elana Roumell's Doctor Mom Membership, a membership designed for moms who want to be their child's number one health advocate! Click here to learn more about Steph Greunke, RD's online nutrition program and community, Postpartum Reset, an intimate private community and online roadmap for any mama (or mama-to-be) who feels stuck, alone, and depleted and wants to learn how to thrive in motherhood. Listen to today's episode on our website In a room full of kids, Coach Milo is the biggest, loudest, goofiest and most active one there. His passion lies in finding better means and methods of getting his younger brethren to move, to explore the communication between their brains and muscles and the interaction of those with the environment. After that, it's all about getting them moving more often! Coach Milo is the founder of the Coalition for Launching Active Youth (C.L.A.Y.), an organization established to help the fight against sugar, boredom, video games, televisions and adults who have lost their inner child. Fundamental movement is Coach Milo's weapon of choice. But give him a ball, bat, racquet and some space, and inactivity and obesity don't stand a chance! Coach Milo gets children, and those of us not so childlike, moving nationally and internationally. He has lectured and been a part of seminars, presenting to Olympic committees and National Sport organizations, in more than two dozen countries, educating coaches and administrators about the development of long-term youth health and fitness. Coach Milo has He is an advisory board member of the Titleist Performance Institute. He regularly appeared on the Golf Channel's “Golf Fitness Academy.” Coach Milo is a co-author of “Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies.” He's the author of “Unstoppable After 40 – The Secret to Supercharging Recovery, Avoiding Injury, and Never Slowing Down.” His latest book “Raising Luck – The Cheat Code to Developing a Holistically Elite Athlete from Birth to Adulthood” will be available in August 2023. 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